Search results for query: nijs

  1. Pyrrhus

    Reduced Parasympathetic Reactivation during Recovery from Exercise in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    For those wishing to learn a bit about Jo Nijs, check out this interview that @Bronc conducted with him: Meet The Scientist – Professor Jo Nijs https://forums.phoenixrising.me/threads/meet-the-scientist-professor-jo-nijs.81886/
  2. Pyrrhus

    Reduced Parasympathetic Reactivation during Recovery from Exercise in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Thanks for posting! This paper is by Jo Nijs, a researcher who has done some good research in ME as well as some questionable research. In response to: I would say that the published body of evidence makes it abundantly clear that autonomic nervous system (ANS) dysfunction (AKA dysautonomia)...
  3. nerd

    Reduced Parasympathetic Reactivation during Recovery from Exercise in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Authors: Jessica Van Oosterwijck, Uros Marusic, Inge De Wandele, Mira Meeus, Lorna Paul, Luc Lambrecht, Greta Moorkens, Lieven Danneels, Jo Nijs Published on: September 30, 2021 pmid: 34640544 doi: 10.3390/jcm10194527 Abstract
  4. Cinders66

    The new NICE Proposals for the Guidelines are up and SMC gives voice to the Deluded

    it does seem odd if the guidelines doesn’t acknowledge the services problem. Who best to discuss it than the commitee giving service use recommendations?
  5. Skycloud

    Dr David Tuller: NICE Draft Rejects GET, Lightning Process, and CBT-As-Cure

    I understand your frustration and disappointment, and there is much we need. However the remit of NICE is very specific and limited and it just doesn’t include some of the things you want to see. For example, t’s not the job of NICE to produce proposals for education, and the committee do not...
  6. B

    Dr David Tuller: NICE Draft Rejects GET, Lightning Process, and CBT-As-Cure

    ...last decade.. It ignores much of the latest science on different aspects of the illness. Look at the issue of pain. I interviewed Professor Jo Nijs recently. His team are publishing work that study the link between epigenetics and chronic pain. Their work points to neuro-inflammation and diet...
  7. B

    The new NICE Proposals for the Guidelines are up and SMC gives voice to the Deluded

    ...under its tender mercies. The recommendations for future research are again weak. Take the issue of pain. I recently interviewed Professor Jan Nijs, who has spent the many years researching chronic pain and ME. His latest research points to a link between neuro-inflammation and diet as...
  8. B

    Meet The Scientist – Professor Jo Nijs

    Jo Nijs is a Professor of Physiotherapy at the Vrije University of Brussels, Belgum and a manual therapist at the University Hospital Brussels. He is holder of the Chair, ‘Exercise Immunology and Chronic Fatigue in Health and Disease’ at the Vrije University of Brussels created by the research...
  9. gbells

    Dr Myhill mitochondrial test not repeatable

    ...is probably that you need to do the test after sufficient exertion. This could be a problem for Ron Davis' nanoscalpel test which tests at rest. Reference Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Exercise Performance Related to Immune Dysfunction. JO NIJS et al. CLINICAL SCIENCES 2005. https://bit.ly/2okIBs4
  10. M

    Comment by 'ME Research UK' in 'It'd be great if research funds could be set up in more countries, either as part of existing groups, stand-alone or affiliates of other charities'

    ...in a supportive and collaborative way.” Other groups supported include Prof Khan’s projects at the University of Dundee “and Prof Jo Nijs in Belgium. In providing these grants we are able to aid researchers to establish themselves in the field, add to the scientific literature and build...
  11. F

    Question re: the ICC Criteria and Ion Transport issues

    Hi, the ICC lumps together cellular energy and ion transport in the introduction I am not sure which of these would involve ion channels, but could look them up gradually: Here again is cellular energy and ion transport: Here's a bit with a some more details: The papers are...
  12. B

    Am I “Allergic to Life”?

    ...symptoms; sometimes cutaneous symptoms; and/or adverse drug reactions to multiple medications (Baraniuk & Zheng, 2010; Ferre Ybarz et al., 2005; Nijs et al., 2003; Ross, 1997; Ziem & McTamney, 1997). In patients with MCS and MCS-related disorders, “Preliminary data indicate the nasal...
  13. Murph

    Relationship Between Exercise-induced Oxidative Stress Changes and Parasympathetic Activity in CFS

    ...Parasympathetic Activity in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: An Observational Study and in Patients and Healthy Subjects. Polli A1, Van Oosterwijck J2, Nijs J3, Marusic U4, De Wandele I5, Paul L6, Meeus M7, Moorkens G8, Lambrecht L9, Ickmans K3. Author information Abstract PURPOSE: Oxidative stress...
  14. Murph

    Exercise-induce hyperalgesia, complement system and elastase activation in MECFS

    ...Fatigue Syndrome - a secondary analysis of experimental comparative studies. Polli A1, Van Oosterwijck J2,3, Meeus M3,4, Lambrecht L5, Nijs J6, Ickmans K6. Author information Abstract Background and aims The interaction between the immune system and pain has been thoroughly explored in the...
  15. percyval577

    Countering Nitric Oxide

    ...on neuronal hyperexitability, in relation to the modifactions induced on neighbouring neurotransmitters by different epileptic models." Nijs, van de Velde, Meirleir 2005: "Pain in patients with chronic fatique syndrom: does nitric oxide trigger central sensitation." abstract "Previous...
  16. Michiel Tack

    Central sensitization: a matter of concern

    ...for fibromyalgia and overlapping conditions, and the related issue of disease versus illness. Semin Arthritis Rheum. 2008; 37(6): 339-52. Nijs J, Meeus M, Van Oosterwijck J, Ickmans K, Moorkens G, Hans G, De Clerck LS. In the mind or in the brain? Scientific evidence for central sensitisation...
  17. percyval577

    my low manganese diet - my success so far

    ...Piskorska 2011); Glutamine elevated (Neitz, Mergia 2011); voltage gated kalium channels changed (Steinert, Robinson 2011); GABAR lowered (Nijs, Sujatha 1999); Taurine lowered (), Acetylchline with positive feedback (Prast, Tran 1998 + Xu, Tong 1996); Norepinephren with negative feedback...
  18. C

    Can anyone recommend a good P.O.T.S. specialist in N West England please? And P.O.T.S./OI experience

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  19. Effi

    The Real Story About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (on physical therapy/physiotherapy)

    world-leading authorities in the field of neuroscience and people with chronic fatigue syndrome??? What a load of $$$. They are world-leading proponents of central sensitization (e.g. Canada has them to thank for it), but whenever there's cash to gain in biomed research, they'll happily jump...
  20. D

    The Real Story About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (on physical therapy/physiotherapy)

    One point of disagreement in the article: I'm not sure which specific research by Meeus and Nijs
  21. C

    how you define pots?

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  22. C

    Puzzled About POTS

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  23. C

    Is it POTS or am I NUTS?!

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  24. hixxy

    Endogenous Pain Facilitation Rather Than Inhibition Differs between CFS, MS, and Controls

    ...Than Inhibition Differs Between People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, and Controls: An Observational Study. Collin SM, Nijs J, Meeus M, Polli A, Willekens B, Ickmans K. Abstract BACKGROUND: Commonalities in the core symptoms of fatigue and cognitive dysfunction...
  25. C

    Any meds for extreme acute POTS symptoms?

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  26. C

    Differentiating POTS from ME - Harder than it sounds.

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  27. C

    M.E + POTS - A few questions

    ...to control heart rate (Lewis et al 2013a). Further evidence relating to the important subgroup of ME/CFS patients who also have PoTS comes from Nijs and Ickmans (2013). For a review of PoTS, see Benarroch (2012) and Kavi et al (2016). NB: In patients presenting with chronic fatigue and/or...
  28. Effi

    Oosterwijck et al: The Role of Autonomic Function in Exercise-induced Endogenous Analgesia

    This crew has written nothing but BPS articles in the last decade or so, and were involved in carrying out the CBT/GET approach in Belgium for many years. This research article seems different (unless I'm missing something?). They still don't understand that not every ME patient experiences...
  29. mango

    Oosterwijck et al: The Role of Autonomic Function in Exercise-induced Endogenous Analgesia

    ...Fatigue Syndrome and Healthy People Oosterwijck JV, Marusic U1, De Wandele I2, Paul L3, Meeus M4, Moorkens G5, Lambrecht L6, Danneels L2, Nijs J7. Author information Science and Research Centre, Institute for Kinesiology Research, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia. Department of...